Want a glamping experience that’s more modern than the usual A-frame hut? The Cocoons at Club Laiya may just be what you’re looking for.
What type of room can be booked in Cocoons at Club Laiya?
The space promises to give you an intimate stay while also providing lots of activities for play. It’s perfect for those who’d like to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city life but aren’t really looking for vast spaces or grand accommodations.
The resort offers two types of rooms: Garden Cocoons and Poolside Cocoons. What’s inside these don’t differ much; the main difference is actually their locations. The Garden Cocoons, as you may have guessed, is near the resort’s garden. Meanwhile, the Poolside Cocoons give you direct access to the pool.
Each cocoon has a queen size bed, a flat screen TV, a mini bar and a safety deposit box. All cocoons are also air-conditioned and have WiFi.
It’s also worth noting that each cocoon sleeps only guests and that it doesn’t have an ensuite bathroom.
How much does it cost to stay at Cocoons at Club Laiya?
A night’s stay at one of the cocoons here can set you back between P5,700 (for a Premier Garden Cocoon) and P6,100 (for a Premier Poolside Cocoon).
They do offer promos from time to time, which may include free breakfast for two and/or access to Laiya Beach Club, so make sure you check out their Facebook page where they announce such deals.
How to get to Cocoons
The accommodations are located within Club Laiya, which can be found in Brgy. Aplaya in San Juan, Batangas.
Here’s a map to the area if you’re taking a private vehicle:
If you’re taking public transportation, head to an ALPS bus terminal (there are two in QC and one in Alabang). Ride the bus going to San Juan, Batangas and alight at the Municipal Hall. Take a jeepney or tricycle going to Laiya.
You may also board a JAM bus from Cubao or Pasay. Choose the one bound for Lipa. Once in Lipa, you can ride a jeepney going to San Juan. Once you arrive at the Municipal Hall, hail a tricycle or jeepney to take you to Laiya.
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